There’s a party in L.A. that doesn’t involve celebs or vices. We’ve got the lowdown on the Dodger Stadium 50th anniversary season.
The court where Wilt Chamberlain made NBA history has been bought by the Philadelphia 76ers who have plans to preserve part of it, and chop up the rest.
Wanna buy the Baltimore Colts’ original NFL charter? Topps adds more diamonds to the Diamond Giveaway and a ’50s kid’s card collection.
Rich Klein catches up with an old friend who remembers a couple of the hobby’s wheeler-dealers who used to frequent the Philly show floor–and more.
You won’t find a Roger Maris plaque at the Baseball Hall of Fame. He’s never been inducted. But you’ll find a special exhibit on the 50th anniversary of his record-breaking year. Finding Maris memorabilia at Cooperstown shops isn’t quite as easy.
Our box buster digs the old stuff, so this new, throwback-themed product is A-OK with him.
There’s rarely a dull moment at Bristol Motor Speedway and fans attending this weekend’s races will get a sheet of cards commemorating the track and some of its famous moments.
Topps is offering prizes for collectors who find the extra-sparkly cards in its 2011 Series II packs.
Topps is staying put and its CEO is talking about sports cards being made in America.
Topps will continue its 60th anniversary season in the 2011 Update Series.
An online dealer is proving there’s a big market for modern era football cards.
The official Joe DiMaggio website is offering some giveaways as part of the 70th anniversary of his 56-game hitting streak.
Since 1978, collectors have had the chance to utilize special World Series logo balls in their autograph pursuits.
Topps will keep the presses rolling later this summer with a new baseball card line that shakes the dust off some vintage designs.
There’s another 60th anniversary gimmick in 2011 Topps cases.
Draft Class die-cut acetate cards, Bobby Orr autographs and Rookie Materials Jersey cards are part of the latest NHL trading card issue.
Feel lucky, punk? Topps is ready for you.
Collectors on the east coast know this show, still going and still raising money after 3 1/2 decades.